English translation of शुरू करना
शुरू करनाPowered by COBUILD /shuru karana/
Definitions and Translations
/shuru karana, shurU karanA, shuroo karanaa, shurū karanā/
1. begin transitive or intransitive verb
When someone or something begins to do something, they start doing it.
⇒ He stood up and began to move around. ⇒ Snow began falling again. ⇒ 'Professor Theron,' he began, 'I'm very pleased to see you.'
2. get phrasal verb
When you get down to something, you start doing it.
⇒ With the election out of the way, the government can get down to business.
3. inaugurate transitive verb
If you inaugurate a new system or organization, you start it. [formal]
4. introduce transitive verb
To introduce something means to cause it to enter a place or exist in a system for the first time.
⇒ The word 'Pagoda' was introduced to Europe by the Portuguese.→ propose
5. kick phrasal verb
If an event, game, series, or discussion kicks off, or if someone kicks it off, it begins. [informal]
⇒ The Mayor kicked off the party.
6. start phrasal verb
If someone or something starts out as a particular thing, they are that thing at the beginning although they change later.
⇒ It started out as fun but quickly became hard work.
7. start phrasal verb
If you start on something that needs to be done, you begin doing it.
⇒ Don't start on the washing-up yet.
8. strike phrasal verb
When you strike up a conversation or friendship, you begin it.
9. take phrasal verb
If you take up an activity or job, you start doing it.
⇒ The girls were encouraged to take up a hobby.
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Translation of शुरू करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary